: Mrs. Cline's interview is relevant to the early 20th century ranching culture in the Eastern Sierra, including ranches in the Laws and Bishop areas, as well as the Long Valley area of Mono County. Specific family histories are also available including stories related to the Nelson, Pierce, Farris and Eaton families. Additional information includes Mrs. Cline's experiences livng on reservation land in Mono County, and her involvement with cattle drives and rodeos.Call Number
: ECM OH 147/1-3Rights
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